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Meridian Times
JOHN F. BAIRD.
I'ultliNbor Mit Proprietor.
MMimt Kwh Prld»?.
$2.00 A Y «A H
I/Ori ST OROVK GRANGE
Htajt»*» Splendid Entert «Initient
A very delightful evening whs spent
at the Locust Grove school house,
Friday, the 10th. by initions of the
Grange and their friends.
Mrs. \V. L. Johnson, who has on
several occasions proven herself a
splendid entertainer presented "Polly
anna,'
cellent and was received hy an aud
ience of about 150 peoiJe, with close
attention. At the close of the recital
the reader was given a great ovation
which plainly showed that they thor
o tghly appreciated the high class en
tertainment given them.
A number of musical selections
wero also presented during the even
ing, each scoriug a decided hit. Mist:
Floy Rose, Miss Viola Madden and
Mr. J. 11. Burnett each sang a solo,
an were accompanied on the piano
by Mrs. J. II. Curtis. Miss Jessie
Madden and Miss Blanche Burnett,
resfiectively. Miss Vina Jasper and
Miss Esther Itlddle gnve a violin and
piano duet. The Junior girls of the
grange saug a couple of fine songs.
The musical numbers were all well
received and encores were Insisted
on by the delighted listeners.
The entertainment was put on to
raise enough money to make final
payment on the grange piano, which
is being used at all community meet
ings held In the school house. The
results were very gratifying and
grunge members who have been some
what concerned about this debt, crp
now breathe easier, and do express
their gratitude to all who helped.
We believe there is nothing finer
than a true community spirit directed
for the betterment of one's own com
munity.
The presentation was ex
By One of tlie Sidelines.
Meridian Chaulau<|iin, July 3-7.
"LEVERS THAT
MOVE THE WORLD
s
Mr*. Taylor Z. Marshall Presents
Inspirational Lecture at
Cautauqua.
A Chautauqua lecture of the flues!
Inspira!louai type Is scheduled for the
second afternoon of the assembly In
the coming of Mrs. Taylor Z. Mar
ahall with her address on "Levers That
Move The World." For several years
Cl
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Mrs. Marshall bus been u prominent
ligure ou the lecture staffs of Eastern
Chautauqua circuits and her first
Coast lecture tour will undoubtedly
be pleasantly anticipated hy Western
audiences. She Is a cleur-thlnkiug,
broad-vtaioned woman with the rare
ability of presenting great I ruths In an
lutarestlng and convincing muuner.
Kenaimrailii Chuniherlalu'N Tablets
"Chamberlain's Tablets nave been
used by my husband and myself off
and on for the past five years. When
my husband goes away from home he
always takes a bottle of them along
with him. Whenever I have that
heavy feeling after eating, or fêel
dull and played out, I take one or
two of Chamberlain's Tablets, aud
tliev fix me up fine," writes Mr», New
ton Vreelaud. Mluou, N. Y Take
these tablets when troubled with con
stipation or indigestion and they will
do you good.
Bancroft deceased, to the creditors of
aud all persons having claims against
tha said deceased, to exhibit them
with the necessary vouchers, within
four months after the first publica- •
tion of this notice, to the said admin
tatratrlx at the office of W. H. Tyer, !
333 Yates Bldg., Boise. County of |
Ada, State of Idaho, this being the
place fixed for the transaction of the;
See the Meridian Hardware & Im
plement Co. for mowers, hinders and
binding twine.
Buy your garden tools of Meridian
Hardware & Implement Co.
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Notlce to Oetlltore
Kataete of Elite M.Bancroft, deceased
*" Notice I» hereby given by I lie un
dersigped Sarah A. Cteaveland, Ad
ministratrix of the estate of Effle M
buaineaa of said estate.
Dated April 29, 1921.
SARAH A. CLEAVKLAND
Admlniatratrlx of the estate of Eflie
2-5t
M Bancroft, deceased.
Notice to Our Customers
We have decided to conduct our business on a strictly Cash
basis. We do this for the reason that we are able to give
you better service and at cheaper cost to you and more satis
faction to ourselves. We will give you the advantage of Spot
Cash Prices
We do not intend to book any account in the future. We thank our many
customer« for their liberal patronage and invite a continuance of the same.
MATLOCK BROTHERS
On State Highway
MERIDIAN, IDAHO.
Phone 260.
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E AIM to carry in stock all the
auto supplies you are likely to
need. And we know our prices
are lower than you would oftentimes pay
if you sent away. Besides, we save you
the high express charges you have to pay
on small orders.
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For All Makes of Cars
We carry a large line of high quality
tires in all the popular sizes. And you
can always be sure of getting good, live,
fresh goods when buying here.
Spark plugs, dry cells, horns, lamps and
all standard supplies at prices that please.
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Cliuiuberlaln'a Culte and Dlarrhocu f
Remedy.
Every family should keep this pre
IKiratiou ut hand during the hot of
the summer months. It is almost sure
cnn,r. n r* ,< îf d, .h nd whe " tha . t . tliue
conies, is worth many times its cost.
Buy It now.
IDAHO HOTEL
■Under New Management
Clean, Nicely Furnished Rooms, Hot
aud Cold Water in Each Room.
WITH OR WITHOUT BOARD
Rates Reasonable.
Phone MB.
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M c D O U G A L L
. Upstairs at the Parkin Building, .
Idaho Si i cet. Meridian.
lit the District Court
of the Third Judtcial District of the
state of Idaho; In aud for the County
of Ada
Emma E. hors, Plaintiff, vs Axle R.
Fors, Defendant..
Alias Summons for Publication.
The Stale of Idaho sends greetings
to Axle R. Fors, the above named
defendant.
You are hereby notified that a com
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ciaint has uoen filed against you InfNo.
the District Court of the Third Judl
eial District of the 8tate of Idaho, in
and for the County of Ada. by the
aiiove named plaintiff.
This action Is brought to obtain a
decree of divorce dissolving bonds
of matrimony of sakl parties on the
ground of defendant's wilful neglect
of the Plaintiff In thut hq wilfully
failed to provide for Plaintiff
common necessaries of life for more
than one year last past;
prays to have her former name
stored and for general relief.
And you are hereby directed to ap
pear and answer the said complaint
within lweuly( 20 ) days from the ser
vice of thiH summons. If served with
In said Judicial District, and within
forty (40) days If served elsewhere
I and you are further notified that
unless you so appear and answer said
complaint within the time herein
specified, the plaintiff will take
Judgment against you as prayed In
said complaint.
Witness my hand aud the seal of
said District Court, this 14th day of
June. 1921.
(seat)
the
Plaintiff
re
Stephen Utter, Clerk.
By Thoa. E. Powell, Deputy.
C. H. EDWARDS, Attorney for
Plaintiff, Residence, Boise, Idaho.
junl7-Jul 22
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GLOBE OPTICAL CO.
908 MAIN STREET, BOISE
Oldest and Largest Optical House
Ir Boise. We have all the latest ln
struments for making scientific ex

aminations of the eyé.
Every pair of glasses guaranteed to
fit.
DR. P. A. SIMMONS. Optometrist.
OREGON SHORT LINE RAILWAY
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Time of traîna paesing Meridian.All !
time scheduled 1 b Pacific time. Ex ■ !
ample: 12 o'clock noon Pacific time
, . , , ,
Is 1 o clock p. m. Mountain time
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Holse to Nampa.
Time of Passing Meridian:
No. 170—1:16 am connect No. 18
oastbound and No. 17 westbound
at Nampa
N o. 17 2—7.2# am Pony to Hunting
ton. 6
No. 174
10.12 am. connect with No.
4 east bound at Nampa.
: No. 176—11.57 am. connection No.
23 westbound at Nampa,
InfNo. 178 -2.08 put—connect No. 19
westbound at Nanipa
No. 180 -5.29 pm -connect No 24
eastbound at Nampa,
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Time of passing Meiidian:
No. 171—2.57 ant—connection front
No. 17 west and No. IS eastbouud.
No. 179 -3.42 put. Connection front
No. 19 westbound,
No. 181—6.59 pm. connection from
-
W.B.DavIdaon,
* Nampa to Boise.
No. 173—^9.57 om. Pony from Hunt
ington.
No. 176—11 33 am. connection from
No. 4 eastbound.
No. 177—1.21 pm.
No. 23 westbound
connect from
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V/.Howard Oa vison
LAWYERS
Yates Building,
4th Floor
BOIRR. IDAHO.
KLINK BROTHERS TRANSFER
Auto
Light and Heavy Hauling.
Delivery, Office Phone 210.
Truck
8 e r v 1 a •
Prompt
MERIDIAN,
IDAHO.
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FOR BALE.
Best lots In Meridian
Secure a nice building lot in the best
part of town, where the good houses
are building. On and near the state
highway.
Your own terms of payment.
♦Liberty Bonds Taken at Par *♦*
♦ a
FRANK NOURSE,
Phone 2150 J., Boise.
NAMPA ELEVATOR CO.
FOR GRINDING AND CLEANING
We are fitted for grinding and
cleaning seed of all kinds. We have
installed two large machines,
for wild oatg and ope for seeds.
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In The District Court
of the Third Judicial District of the
state of Idaho, in and for the County
D , ,
btella Steelman, Plaintiff, vs Alfred
W. Steelman, Defendant.
Allas Summons for Publication.
The State of Idaho sends Greetings
To Alfred W. Steelman, the above
named defendant.
You are hereby notified that a com
plaint has been filed againBt you In
the District Court of the Third Judi
cial District of the State of Idaho in
and for the County of Ada, by the
above named plaintiff.
This action is brought to obtain a
decree of divorce on the ground of
w lful desertion by the defendant
which has lasted for more than one
year and praying for general relief
And you are hereby directed to
appear and answer the said complaint
within twenty days of the service of
this summons, if served within sairt
Judicial District, and within forty
days If served elsewhere; and you
are further notified that unless you so
apt, h ear ,t nd ., auB ^ r 8aid complaint
within the time herein specified
plaintiff will take judgment
you as prayed in said complaint.
W i tness my hand ànd seal of said
District Court, this 7th day „I £"
the
against
(seal)
Stephen Utter. Clerk
c y H h Ed'waéd» °AH n ' Deputy C1 * ,,k
n..w "" b„U i 5S "*«».
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HEALTH aad ACCIDENT
Fire, Automobile
Insurance
GEO. A. NOURSE
Meridian. Phone 21R.
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Soda Fountain
Favorites
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ROCHESTER ROOT BIOKR
FRUIT FLAVORED SODAS
L «MONADE
MILK
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G O O D
REAL
Natisylng Malted Milks
FRUIT OR NUT SUNDAES
SHAKES
13 O D A S
CREAM
ICE
In
hki
ALWAYS READY
Pill
BEAM'S BAKERY
Summer Excursions
East
DAILY
BOUND TRIP FARE
JUNE 1st U
August 15th.
VIA OREGON
Omaha, St. Joseph
or Kansas City
$87.60
Chicago or
Milwaukee
N 160.80
SHORT LINE
RAILROAD—
(Union Pacific
System
See Agents
For Details
St. Louis
101.40
St. Paul or
Minneapolis
Memphis
Ft. Worth, Dallas
OF Houston •. .
105.00
111.60
109.30
Tickets good three months but not to exceed Octolter 31st.
Glasses are not always an evidenae
of weak eyes but of stronge intellect.
Men and women of strength, both
mental and physical, wear them for
the prevention of nerve force and
vitality, as much as for the better
ment of vision.
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All Defects Corrected.
DR. G. \V. WILLIS
Personal Attention Given.
208 Overland, BOISE.

NOTICÈI
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We are now able to make another GOOD REDUCTION
IN PRICE ON SHOE REPAIRING.
COME IN AND GET OUR PRICES AS WE CAN SAVE
YOU MONEY.
WE HAVE MODERN MACHINERY AND WILL
ANTEE ALL WORK.
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Meridian Harness & Shoe Shop
G. H. LEININGER,
On Broadway. MERIDIAN. IDAHO.
BOISE CALLE Y TRACTION
COM PANY TIME CARD.
Leaving time At Boise for Nampa and Caldwell via Meridian
6:30, 8:00, 10:00, 12:00, A. M.
2:00, 4:00, 5:00,6:00, 8:00, 10:00, *11:00 P. M.
Cars Pass Meridian for Boise—
6:50, 7:45, 9:12, 11:12, A. M.
1:12, 3:12, 6:12, 6:12, 7:12, 9:12,'11:12, P. M.
Cars Pass Meridian for Nampa and Caldwell: —
2 °, 6 r ; 3:35 > *°-36A M. „ Xo Nampa Only.
.. * 2 ' 35 > 2 36 - 4:3o,5:35 6:35, 8:35, 10:35, *11:35 P M.
McDermott Stub Leaves Onwiler
7:62 a. m. 10:31a. m„ 5:32 p. m.
McDermott at 8:05 q. m„ 10:44 a. m. and 5:45
Leave McDermott for Onwiler
8:05, a. m., 10:55a.
wller at 8:18
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♦To Nampa Only
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for McDermott:—
and arrives at
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p. in.
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m. 6:56 p. m. and arrives at On
a. m. 11:08 a. m., and 6:08
p. m.
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Notice To Creditors.
Estate of Clark E. Clapp deceased.
er«V^ni C a i 8 JX r 1 by * iv en by the uud
0 ^ 0 ^ A i m '" lstratrix of the estate
o™,m° rk E ' P lapp de ceased, to the
eut!! 10 ™ ? Ud a11 Persons having
,,St th ® sald deceased, to
exhibit them with the necessary
vouchers, within four months after
th« Oft* p . ublic «tion of this notice, to
Dav"i da n t , ratrlX at the office of
Yati. & , Davlson ' attorneys. 324
o a , 8 " ,d f• ln Boise. Ada County
S ate of Idaho, this being the placé
fixed for the transaction of the hum
nes of Baid estate.
Dated May 12th 1921
. MARY A. CLYPP
5 DAVISON, residing 1
AdmÄratrtx 0 ' aU ° rneyS f ° r sald !
3-5t
In the '
of Aiin Pni, t Brobnte Court
NOTICE Tn nDlî?t^ of Idaho
Louis W (Virwb, l! ' D i ITt)RS ' KsUte of!
hei-ebv W L n * doceas c3. Notice iu i
Chari«» t JL , M 16 undersigned
the Patoto *? r t * n ', Administrator of
ceased fe 1,01118 vv - Corwin, de
pesons h Credit0 «'8 of and all
said die aV i ug clalma against the
the necessarv' v° e v f hlblt "'em with
montliB iLfte/is U , C , her8 ' Four
this notice te ts first l»iblication of
at law ornée Vt* 8ald ad min 1st a tor.
well coimtt nt n A "alters,, Cald
aho this i)efii» f .h an y° 11 ' State of Id
transacUon of »b e e P h aCe . fixed for t"*
estate »>« business of said
Dat'e.1 o„ .
CHAhi ua !* 1.
CHARLES L. CORWIN.
T. A WAiTimo „Administrator.
at Caldwell hiahn Altorney ' resl, Hng
. luano. 6-5t
GENERAL LAW* PRACTICE
'»tea Building. Boise, ldaho^'
— 11,1 IT IS IN THE PUMP LINE —
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1 * lave It. New and Second Hand,
C. H. EDW ARDS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Overland Building,
Boise.
H. E. PERCIFIELD
COLLECTION ATTORNEY
Rooms 454-5 Yates Building, noise.
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We do all kinds of PUMP Repairing.
« • B . HUMPHREY
THE plumber.
In the Probate Court
of Ada county, State of Idaho,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of
<' Sa R? uel T. Turpin, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un
tlers.gnecl Executor of the Estate of
s amuel T. Turpin, deceased, to the
creditors of and all persons having
cl «Bns against the s*id deceased, to
exhibit
vouchers, w
tbe llrat publication of this notice, to
the S «W Executor ut the law offices
of Eldridge & Morgan, Rooms 352
*6« Sonna Building, Boise. County of
Ad*, State- of Idaho, this being the
plRce fixed for the transaction of the
l>,,8 r l,u ' ss of «aid estate,
"Dated May 31. 1921.
GEORGE B. EMERSON.
Executor of the Estate or Samuel T.
Turpin, deceased.
ELDRIDGE & MORGAN. Attorney»
îor th e Executor. junS-ju* 1
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with the necessary
■ithin ten months after
SOME MOKE OF THOSE GOOD
BITTER WRAPPERS ON HANO
THE MERIDIAN TIM«*»
MERIDIAN, IDAHO.

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